June 30, 2020 (digital)
September 7, 2020 (Cartoon Network)

We Bare Bears: The Movie is an American animated comedy film based on the Cartoon Network television series of the same name. Produced by Cartoon Network Studios, it was released in North American digital theater platforms by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment on June 30, 2020. Directed by series creator Daniel Chong from a story by Mikey Heller and Kris Mukai, We Bare Bears: The Movie stars the voices of series regulars Eric Edelstein, Bobby Moynihan and Demetri Martin as the three titular bears Grizz, Panda, and Ice Bear; joined by Marc Evan Jackson as Agent Trout and Keith Ferguson as Officer Murphy. With the series ending in 2019, the film serves as the conclusion of the We Bare Bears story.

In their desire to be accepted into the community, the three bear brothers Grizz, Panda, and Ice Bear unwittingly wreck havoc throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, igniting a mob of complaints from its residents. Seeking to remove them from the society, wildlife control agent Trout relentlessly pursues to separate the brothers, who in turn escape from the Bay Area and seek refuge to Canada. Along the way, the Bears endure hardships while staying true to their promise of being "bros for life". The film, an allegory for what it feels like to be a minority in America, explores themes of acceptance, family separation, and racial discrimination, which were darker than the lighthearted but similar themes explored within the television series that Chong, a member of the Asian American minority, had drew upon.

Upon its release, We Bare Bears: The Movie has received a positive response from film critics, who praised the film's relevant presentation its themes. Following the conclusion of the series and the film, a spin-off television series featuring the Bears as cubs has been in development since June 2019. The film had its television premiere on Cartoon Network on September 7, 2020.

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Grizz, Panda, and Ice Bear embark on an adventure to Canada after an agent from the Department of National Wildlife Control tries to put an end to their hi-jinx.

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